Pavillon Spéciale Exhibition

École Spéciale d’Architecture, Paris, France
Installation design | construction
Pavillon Spéciale Exhibition

 

Project Information

The 'Pavillon Spéciale' was an annual international architectural series that ran from 2010 to 2013. It gave both young emerging and experimental architects the opportunity to build a temporary installation in the heart of Paris. Conceived, created and directed by Matteo Cainer, the Pavillon Spéciale was unique worldwide because it not only presented the work of an international architectural practice but also involved the on-site collaboration of a team of students from the Ecole Spéciale to complete its design and construction.

The installation design was focused on the idea of creating a dynamic space that would capture the interest of visitors and at the same time play on the theme of the temporary light pavilion structure. The exhibition presented the eight finalist projects both to the school’s faculty and students and to the international jury members as part of the Pavillon Spéciale architecture series.

Name: Pavillon Spéciale Exhibition
Architects: Matteo Cainer Architects
Location: École Spéciale d’Architecture, Paris, France
Programme: Installation design and construction
Client: École Spéciale d’Architecture
MCA Design: Matteo Cainer
MCA construction team: Stefanos Roimpas, Constantinos Caropoulos-Alefantis

 

 





 

 

 

École Spéciale d’Architecture, Paris, France
Installation design | construction
Pavillon Spéciale Exhibition

 

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